Freechild Studio—see more below
The North Carolina Pottery Center is located in Seagrove, North Carolina. The history of pottery making and exhibits are housed in this beautiful facility. North Carolina clay soil from the mountains to the sea set this heritage in motion beginning with the natives who were the first to inhabit this area. The center showcases both modern and old style pottery. Both are still being made today.
Currently, the center is holding a fundraiser and many artist have donated their work for the cause. If you would like to own a piece of NC pottery history old or new, please support the fundraiser. There is an auction of the pieces offered. Please see the site below for more information.
Fundraising Auction of North Carolina Pottery
to benefit the North Carolina Pottery Center
On Sunday, September 28, 2008, at 2 PM, in Hillsborough, NC, there will be a Fundraising Auction of North Carolina pottery to benefit the North Carolina Pottery Center, hosted by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd., featuring the legendary collection of Art Ware pottery of Dr. Everette James, as well as Catawba Valley pottery, Eastern Piedmont salt-glaze, and other Art Ware pots donated by many well-known collectors and potters from across the state.
Leland Little Auction & Estates Sale
case the remarkable history and on-going tradition of pottery making in North Carolina
German Wedding Plate, New Salem Pottery
Above Anne Raven Jorgenson